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As the summer months begin to dwindle into fall, the prime time of year for cycling is coming to an end. Former Ithacan Sylvie Froncek, the owner and founder of Vie Cycle, will be holding a bike maintenance workshop on Aug. 16 and 17 for and by women, transgender, and femme-identifying people.

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On Aug. 12, at 3:11 p.m., Ithaca Police officers responded to the 500 block of West Seneca Street to investigate a reported dispute with a possible gunshot victim. Upon arriving on the scene, officers located a victim who had what seemed to be third-degree burns on his arm. Items on the porc…

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Barring a change of heart by Common Council, intercity buses will continue using Green Street as their main downtown Ithaca stop location after the Planning and Economic Development Committee approved the measure indefinitely Wednesday night. 

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Though dogs remain banished from the Commons, Ithacans will celebrate human’s best friend on Aug. 17 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the dog park at Allen Treman Marine State Park as part of the Ithaca Dog Festival, sponsored and created by Bo’s Bones.

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Phase 2 of the NYSEG utility work in the Southside neighborhood is beginning. The work will be near the 400 block South Geneva St., 300 block North Titus Ave, 200-300 blocks South Titus Ave, 401 South Titus Ave., 502 South Albany St, and the South Plain St. Bridge. According to  NYSEG, the g…

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For the last seven years, the Cortland Police Department has mandated their officers take a 40-hour training course that teaches them how to handle someone during a mental health crisis, which has managed to reduce the use of force by the department’s officers by 20 percent. 

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The Ithaca Children’s Garden (ICG) is an award-winning public children’s garden free and open to all every day of the year, from dawn to dusk. Its mission is to inspire the next generation of environmental stewards, and does so through authentic, hands-on, child-led engagement with the natur…

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Correction: The print version headline of this article said Cornell will offer marijuana courses in fall 2019. As has been made clear to us, Cornell will offer courses on the "biology, society and industry" of cannabis. Not marijuana. 

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New York State Troopers in Ithaca were dispatched to a report of a vehicle in a ditch near West Groton and Bird Cemetery Roads on August 3 at 1:18 a.m. A 911 caller reported that the vehicle's operator, later identified as Justin W. Marshall, age 30 of Newfield, NY, was trying to flag down p…

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In summer, plants have already bloomed and the sweet scent of flowers fill the air. However, there is one particular sweet scent coming from a Trumansburg greenhouse that means something different. It means several pitcher plants are attempting to attract small insects and, pending on their …